Photo: Ruins of Wormsloe, the estate of Noble Jones

An avenue of oaks and Spanish moss leads visitors to the ruins of Wormsloe—the estate of Noble Jones. Jones, one of Georgia's first settlers, was a physician, carpenter, constable, Indian agent and a member of the Royal Council.

Photograph by Walter Bibikow/Getty Images

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